Knowledge has no boundaries. It is as limitless as the sea, as deep as the deepest point as earth. It can hold its head as high as Everest. Knowledge is limitless. Even the second richest man in the world (Jeff Bezos, owner of Amazon, is the present richest man in the world. before that, Bill Gates was the richest man in the world for 18 times.), Bill Gates read almost 50 books every year to increase his knowledge, to update himself with time. Reading is a kind of addiction. I had a deep addiction to read books in my childhood. Those were fairy tales; then, after getting older, I started reading thriller, love story. I read all books in Bengali. Bengali is my first language. The irony is all my work has to do in English, and I'm comfortable with it. I never read a Bengali blog/website. English blogs are far more advanced and useful resources of data. 

After purchasing my iPhone 11 pro, I installed quora. Though I was not highly interested in Quora. I never use it consciously. I had a profile on quoraI wrote 2-3 answers in questions just to get some nofollow backlink from a domain authority 93 blog. But nowadays, I find it much useful. It can increase your knowledge dramatically if you follow it every day. It can give you some blog post ideas. Sometimes, we bloggers are going through a situation where we can't find a good topic for our blogs. In that case, you can use Quora to get ideas for your blog. 

For example, I want to make a micro-niche blog on dark chocolate. Go to the Quora home page. You will find a search box at the top right corner of the page. Type- dark chocolate. Now you will find an option- "topic: dark chocolate". Click on it. A page will open where you can see that 102.5k people follow the topic of dark chocolate. Here the first question is- "Which country makes the worst chocolate in your opinion?" 
Quora Homepage

Quora Search Topic

Quora Search Result

Random Question On Quora

Related Search Questions On Quora
If you click to read more, the details post will appear. Now you have to press right-click on the title and open it. You will find a few more answers by Quora users. At the end of the post, there is an option named- "Related Questions". Vooiillaaa... here you will get a lot of questions, people are seeking for answers. You can note them down on google keep or apple notes, or notepad on your desktop/laptop. So it takes less than one minute to get 30+ questions related to your niche. But before buying a domain for your preferred niche, check the keyword difficulty on Semrush, that I use most for searching a good niche/ post ideas.
Semrush Difficulty Level
Here the keyword difficulty has shown 87 out of 100, and it is "Very hard". So don't dare to go for this topic- dark chocolate. I have just used this keyword randomly as a sample to show how to get blog topic ideas from Quora, the largest site of questions and answers. The related questions are just like google's related searched terms. You can use both of them to find a niche idea. Use the MOZ toolbar to check the domain authority of the first ten search results. 
Google Search Result With MOZ Score

Google Search Result With MOZ Score 2
If you find a blog/website under 20 domain authority, you can go for it. Actually, the best way is to check the first ten results and find what is missing in their articles; then you write an article on it. No matter what's your domain authority or page authority is, it will rank well in search engines.

Here are the domain authority and page authority of the top 10 search results for the term "Dark Chocolate". That's why SEMrush shows that this niche is very hard; try something another niche. If you search on Google about Imran Uddin (A renowned blogger from India), you will see the result. Oh god, here is my blog too! 
Imran Uddin On Google

Imran Uddin On Quora
Anyway, see the third one; that's the Quora profile of Imran, cause he is very active on Quora and writes some answers that added value. Even now, I just opened Imran's Quora profile. He is also dropout. One thing, is this a trend to be a dropout and become an entrepreneur? Lol... I'm also dropout, if you don't know the story check my about me page, you will get information in details. This month (today is 13th June), Imran's Quora answer has been viewed by 37.1k people. So, from this statistic, you will get a brief idea, how active he is in Quora. He started writing on Quora after selling his famous tech blog- Even if you search all tech buzz, you will get an article about alltechbuzz. As the post is three years old, most probably it carries more value than the latest ones. One day I asked Imran on WhatsApp, what about alltechbuzz? How is it going on? He replied- I've sold the blog bro. Whoever owns this blog now, I don't care, but Imran's contribution to this blog is insane. He wrote some outstanding articles on Blogging, WordPress, SEO; those rank on Google's first page. Anyway, now he is famous on Quora. God bless!

One of my idols, Bill Gates, read a lot of books (that I've mentioned before) and articles. That has been reflected in his blog named GatesNotes. I read GatesNotes whenever I get free time. I promise that I will read Quora daily to increase my knowledge and increase the blog's topic ideas. In Bengali, there are very few resources (books/blogs/websites), but if you are comfortable with English, you can get the largest book collections ever on your kindle device. Millions of books are there to read. You have to pay 700-800 rupees every month to get the benefits. I have also seen Shah Rukh Khan is reading kindle inside his car during a journey. Though i don't purchase kindle as kindle does not support the Bengali language. I hope one day I will read Bengali books in kindle. 

If you want to know about Quora, here is the answer on their about us page- "Quora's mission is to share and grow the world's knowledge. A vast amount of the knowledge that would be valuable to many people is currently only available to a few — either locked in people's heads or only accessible to select groups. We want to connect the people who have the knowledge to the people who need it, to bring together people with different perspectives so they can understand each other better, and to empower everyone to share their knowledge for the benefit of the rest of the world.

In Quora, I have found some amazing questions that I never heard before. And the answers are also impressive; some are sarcastic. Some contain great information. Books and knowledge is man's best asset. You can't value them by currency. Wikipedia is a great source of information, but that is formal and traditional, whereas Quora work like a charm, innovative. So I will request all my blog readers to read Quora. It will help you a lot. Just follow it for a month, and you will understand the difference. You don't need a keyword researcher tool. 

Anyway, no more now. I hope you will enjoy it. If you have any questions related to this post, don't hesitate to ask me. Just drop a comment below. And if you find this article interesting, if you want to share the benefits of Quora with your friends, then share it on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, WhatsApp, Messenger, etc. Keep reading my other posts. :)